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Suicide Talks: The

Overview: Suicide is never the answer for escaping our pain and problems. God loves us too much to desire any one of His children to choose suicide as an option for solving their pain. We can rest assured in the comfort that our Savior, Jesus, has experienced terrible suffering and humiliation himself, and He understands exactly what were going through. We look forward to heaven, and strengthen each other to get through the difficulties of this life as brothers and sisters in Christ, together clinging to the promise that "God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble" (Psalm 46:1).

This study is designed to be used both proactively and reactively. It can be used with youth who are currently struggling after the suicide of a friend or loved one, it can be used for youth wrestling with their own suicidal feelings, or it can be used for youth working through difficult topics they desire to know more about.
Download a PDF of the talk sheet HERE. If you use it, or if you have things to add to it, let us know in the comments below.

Cassie Moore is a writer, speaker, and Christian educator living in St. Petersburg, Florida. She grew up in Illinois and Minnesota, earned her degree from Concordia University in Irvine, California, and has served students in six states over the last decade. She is passionate about relational, Christ-centered ministry and outreach, and enjoys observing culture, exploring new places, painting, writing, reading, speaking professionally and talking to strangers. She lives with her husband Tyler, a pastor, and two Australian Shepherd puppies. Read more of her writing at her blog at zealousglow.wordpress.comor follow her on Twitter@DCECassie.

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